It’s been a little while. Have been busy instagramming. So much more efficient then blogging.
I hope you are staying safe Queenslanders. I have the television on, bracing for Marcia, hoping for the best.
Meanwhile we have our own dangers…
Relax. I texted the photo to the snake catcher and she told me it was dead- she could tell from how it’s head was placed??? She wash’t able to confirm the species from the photo. Perhaps brown or a carpet snake. We live on a hectare surrounded by bushland, so it was inevitable.
My sister laughed when I sent her the second photo. But, snakes terrify me. As far as I’m concerned there’s only one place they belong.
Hope everyone had a lovely valentines. My boys gave me these roses.
And this package of love arrived from the Fantastic Mrs Box. Remember the excitement of a lucky dip when you were young? Well you can relive the magic with Fantastic Mrs Box, where a new mystery package is delivered each month! It’s a no fuss gift idea for yourself or a friend.
Finally made it to the Yayoi Kusama obliteration room at the Queensland GOMA. Kusama, a contemporary Japanese artist, uses dots to cover different surfaces and fill rooms. She calls this process ‘obliteration’, which means the complete destruction of every trace of something. Here’s H getting obliterated.
Made another trip to the Gold Coast. This time we stayed at Broadbeach.
They were trying to sell us one of those time share thingies. Never before have I been so grateful to having clingy children. The boys put on such a turn at the child care centre, that we were released from our obligation to attend the time share presentation.
Stay safe Queenslanders and don’t wear your hermes scarves in the rain.